6 people, including child, injured in Marine Park crashPosted: Updated:
Six people, including a child, were injured Thursday in a violent two-car crash in Marine Park.
The incident nearly propelled one of the vehicles into a home on Ryder Street and Fillmore Avenue, but was stopped by a fence.
A family member says five of his relatives were ahead of him in a black sedan on Fillmore Avenue when it was struck by a white Dodge Charger that was on Ryder Street.
The family member says both cars spun out of control.
Authorities say the injured passengers and drivers, including a 6-year-old, were treated at area hospitals are expected to be OK.
It was not immediately clear if any charges would be filed.
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